What Hunmanby has to offer


The Market Cross on Cross Hill, Hunmanby


Photograph: Cross Hill in Summer, looked after by Hunmanby in Bloom with support from the Jon at the Cottage Public House who waters them.

The Yorkshire Coast relies very heavily on Tourism. In 2020,  Discover Yorkshire Coast, working with the village community created a dedicated page about Hunmanby, the former East Riding village 'betwixt Wolds and Coast' The webpage gives an insight into the warm welcome the village offers visitors especially with its family run businesses. Hunmanby is a place many hold happy memories of, coming back year after year, unspoilt, a place to unwind with its slower pace of life.

Further details from Discover Yorkshire Coast Hunmanby webpage

Regarding community buildings and sites:

First where are the local defibrillators?

The Village community has funded 3 defibrillators, these are located at

Stonegate attached to the front of the Community Centre

Sands Lane attached to the front of Hunmanby Playing Fields Association Club House

Hunmanby Hall at the entrance to the Quadrangle

The Yorkshire Ambulance Service produce a map showing locations throughout Yorkshire of defibrillators in the community


The White Swan Public House is currently fund raising for 4th Defibrillator in Hunmanby.


This link to the Yorkshire Ambulance Service and their You Tube video 'everything you need to know about life-saving defibrillators' 


Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

The Super Mobile Library: The mobile library visits Hunmanby once every 4 weeks, on a Saturday morning between 10am and 12 noon outside Bayley Gardens. The parking cones and library banner are put out by village volunteers.

Details of the next visit is on the what's on in Hunmanby events page

Updated Sunday 16th April 2023


Spring Cafe, Hunmanby

Spring Cafe: has now re-opened but rather than open 6 days a week, it is opening on set days each week around a community event. Please see the What's on in Hunmanby page for full details and also the appeal for more volunteers to extend opening hours.

Churches: The Village is served by 2 churches All Saints and The Methodist Church, both located in the heart of the village. Times of services, Coffee Mornings and use of the buildings for community events are on the What's on in Hunmanby Webpage. 


Recycling at Spring Cafe: (Stonegate Side) 

There is a bin for your washed out crisp packets which are recycled into survival blankets.

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

The Hunmanby Wellbeing Hub: is based at Spring Cafe. The Wellbeing hub has adapted to operate in other ways like the 'Hunmanby Winter Wanderland' project.

Joy Ossai, The Wellbeing Hub coordinator writes: 'A total of 123 people received a box of food or present and card in the week before Christmas thanks to to the generosity and hard work of numerous people from church and our community. A brilliant worthwhile project for the Wellbeing Hub.' 



Updated Sunday 27th February 2022


Hunmanby Community Centre: located on Stonegate, used by a wide range of community groups, full details of events on the What's on in Hunmanby webpage 

Updated Sunday27th February 2022


The children's play equipment: These are at Constable Road, Hamerton Close, Sands Lane (Hunmanby Playing Fields) and Bowling Green Lane. All sites are owned and maintained by Hunmanby Parish Council


The Golf Course at Hunmanby Golf and Leisure opens in March each year further details are available on the What's On in Hunmanby page.


Hunmanby FreeFridge: Provides a service of 2 sessions per week. The Free Fridge is open every Monday from 9.30am to 11.30am  and every Friday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm 

For further information please check Hunmanby Free Fridge Facebook Page 

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

Hunmanby has a great range of independent traders, listed below. Hunmanby is more than the main High Street (Bridlington Street) The Industrial Estate, the first developed by a Parish Council in the country, 3 decades ago, now provides work for over 350 people. This includes Hunprenco Engineering and  Deep Sea, sites employing over 100 people.   Yorkshire's First Whisky Distillery is also based there. The village is proud of its history, but it also forward looking, providing work for many people. The traders in the village are very generous in the support they give to community groups. 



Yorkshire Air Ambulance helping with deliveries to shielding local residents during the COVID-19 pandemic

 Photo: Yorkshire Air Ambulance volunteers some of the hundreds of younger, local people who helped during the pandemic with deliveries to ensure vulnerable residents stayed. Further details Hunmanby Support Group Facebook Page 


Hunmanby Doctors Surgery, Hungate Lane


Hunmanby Doctors Surgery Tel 01723 890280

Hungate Lane 

Hunmanby Surgery Website 

Hunmanby Doctors Surgery also post information on the Hunmanby Doctors Surgery facebook page


For non life threatening conditions please contact 111

For minor illnesses: please also consider the local pharmacy.

Hunmanby Doctors Surgery have been working, long hours, 7 days a week to help keep our community safe.


Updated Saturday 3rd September 2022

Over 4,000 people are registered at Hunmanby doctors surgery. For many years the Hunmanby practice has been treating high levels of chronic illness.

This is the link to 

the quality and outcomes framework for Hunmanby Surgery

shows these high levels.




Need a sit down and a cuppa? Tea and Cafes....


Lol z Kitchen restored awning Bridlington Street

Photo above: Restored Awning at Lol z Kitchen

Lolz Cafe on Bridlington Street, HunmanbyLol z Kitchen 

Bridlington Street

Open 7.30am to 3pm Monday to Friday
8am to 3pm Saturday

Lol z Tea Rooms is open for both indoor service and takeaways

Breakfast including Veggie Breakfast, Lunch, Hot & Cold Sandwiches, Burger, Toasties and Jacket Potatoes. Home make Quiche, Scones, Cakes and Special of the day. 

Lol z Tea rooms has outdoor seating at both the front and rear of the premises

Further details from:  Lolz Kitchen Facebook Page

Updated Sunday 3rd October 2021





 Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery, Hunmanby Industrial Estate


Pot Still Café and Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

off Bridlington Road
01723 891758

Distillery Shop 

The distillery shop is Open 9.30am to 4pm Monday to Saturday
Sunday 10am to 3pm 


The tour bookings started again on June 21st 2021.

Visit Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery Online.

Don’t forget to sign up to the Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery newsletter.

The Pot Still Coffee Shop.

Opening Times

Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 4pm

Sunday 10am to 3pm



Banner promoting Hunmanby Village, kindly paid for by the Spirit of Yorkshire Distilleery 


Above: Photo, Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery kindly sponsored the welcome to Hunmanby Banner at Hunmanby Railway Station, and like many local traders, donated there in stock food supplies to local families in need at the start of the lockdown situation.

Further details: Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery Website 

or Facebook: Spirit of Yorkshire Facebook

Information updated Thursday 18th November 2021



 Spring Cafe with Rev. Tim Parker and Joy    Spring Cafe (A Community Cafe)


Photo above outside Spring Cafe, Rev. Tim Parker of All Saints Church and Joy Manager of the Spring Cafe.

Photo right, the takeaway service that was trialled in the Summer of 2020, outside seating, plenty of place to park your bikeSpring Cafe outside takeaway during summer of 2020 due to COVID 19 Pandemic


Spring Cafe, has re-opened please check the what's on in Hunmanby webpage for more details and

the Spring Cafe Facebook page

Spring cafe is looking for additional volunteers. Days and times to suit. 

Call in at the cafe for more information or phone or message 07969378255


Save your  crisp packets for Spring Cafe

Spring Cafe have a collection box outside the premises for crisp packets, these are made into survival blankets for the homeless by Wayne Murray in Scarborough. Please only bring your crisp packet when Spring Cafe is open.

This video clip from the BBC with Wayne Murray explains how it is done

Further afield in Somerset is another uplifting story from Miley Porritt aged 23 of Frome a former homeless man making survival sleeping bag liners for rough sleepers

News Story from the BBC of the Frome 'Iron Man'

Spring Café Facebook

updated Sunday 3rd October 2021


 The Captains Table


Outside Captains Table, Cross Hill, Hunmanby    


Staff at the Captains Table, Cross Hill, Hunmanby

Photograph above, Captain Table located in the centre of the village. To the right procedures in place during the current situation

Due to the ongoing situation the Captain's Table is open serving takeaways only.

The serving times have been altered from the normal and are listed below. Please ensure social distancing outside the premises. A new improved takeaway menu started on Wednesday 11th November 2020

Quality Fish and Chips

Eat in or Take-away
2 Cross Hill
01723 891605


Dinner Times: Wednesday to Saturday 11.30am to 1pm

Tea Times: Monday to Saturday 4.30pm to 7pm

Updated: Sunday 3rd October 2021


 The Phat Cow Burger Van

Phat Cow on Hunmanby Industrial Estate, solar powered!

In Transtools

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

Off Bridlington Road, Or Sands Lane (on foot or by bike)

Remaining open during the current situation. 

Monday to Friday 9am to 2pm (Phone orders taken on 07519 864671)

The Phat Cow is Solar Powered and more than just a burger van further details the Phat Cow Facebook page 

updated Sunday 3rd October 2021


 Wrangham House Hotel

  Wrangham House Hotel Peter & Stacie      Outside of Wrangham House Hotel, Hunmanby

 Photo above left: Peter and Stacie. Above right the front entrance to Wrangham House Hotel of Church Walk.

Wrangham House Hotel: Tel 01723 891333 

Current Situation: 

From Monday 17th May 2021 Wrangham House Hotel is welcoming you back for your holiday in the historic village of Hunmanby, with both the accommodation and restaurant re-open.

Wrangham House is a Grade II listed Georgian Period House, many years ago the Vicarage. Located in the heart of the village, next to All Saints Church. Wrangham House is family owned and run, an ideal base for coast and country. 12 en-suite bedrooms, stunning restaurant, warm and well stocked bar and delightful lounge. Wrangham House Hotel in March, April and May 2020, provided rooms free of charge for ambulance service personnel, who were required to lodge away from home. They were one of many local businesses supporting the countries emergency services during these difficult times

Peter is a Michelin trained chef, and takes great pride in his menus, using fresh, local produce whenever possible. He has a natural talent for cooking and his signature dishes are loved by all. 

Wrangham House Hotel Restaurant has now re-opened

Further details from Wrangham House Face Book

or Wrangham House Website

Updated Sunday 3rd October 2021


A good range of local shops....


    Staff from Boots Chemist on Bridlington Street


Boots Chemist

24a Bridlington Street

01723 890422

Open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm

Saturday 9am to 5pm

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



Hunmanby Post Office, Bridlington Street


Hunmanby Post Office

sells traditional sweets, cards and gifts

Bridlington Street

Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm

Open Saturday 9am to 12.30pm

Top Tips: Hunmanby Post Office offers free cash withdrawals at the counter, and top up for gas and electric, all transactions help support our local Post Office

The busiest day is ALL day Monday

updated: Monday 22nd November 2021

Hunmanby Post Office Facebook



    Staff at Hunmanby Co-op on Bridlington Street, Hunmanby

 Photo above: Co-op Staff who have supported residents and visitors throughout the pandemic. Taken outside the store, how it looked in the Summer of 2020.

Hunmanby Co-op
Bridlington Street

01723 890241

Open Daily 7am to 10pm

Hunmanby Co-op had an extensive re-fit in 2021. 

Hunmanby Co-op donate each day any spare food till within its 'use by date' to Hunmanby Free Fridge project, thus saving useable food going to landfill

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



Bridlington Street, Convenience Stores, Hunmanby 


Photos above: Matthew & Katie the friendly faces at JCB Convenience Stores, with an amazing range of stock. The family run shop will try their best to stock new items to match customer needs. Last year a smart new shop front was put on the outside of the building.

Photo below: Inside the well stocked Hunmanby Convenience store

Bridlington Street, Inside Convenience Stores, Hunmanby

Hunmanby Convenience Store

with ATM Lottery, sweets snacks &
full off licence

21a Bridlington Street

Telephone 01723 890445

Open Monday to Saturday from 7.30am to 6pm 

Sunday 7.30am to 4pm

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

Further details from: Hunmanby Convenience Store facebook page




Outside Hunmanby Green Grocers on Bridlington Street, Hunmanby 

  Hunmanby Deli and Green Grocers staff together outside the two shops on Bridlington Street

The Hunmanby Pantry  & Fruit & Vegetable Shop 01723 891300

Delicious Food from our Pantry plus

traditional grocer

10 & 12 Bridlington St

Opening Times for both shops

Monday: Closed

Tuesday 10am to 2.30pm

Wednesday 10am to 2.30pm

Thursday: Closed

Friday 10am to 2.30pm

Saturday 10am to 2.30pm

Sunday: Closed






Staff Inside Hunmanby's well stocked Deli on Bridlington Street    

The Deli and Green Grocers have maintained their delivery of  Bread, Cheese. milk, cakes, sliced meats etc alongside the veg boxes, throughout the pandemic on a Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. See facebook page for full product guide. Deliveries run from 9am - 7pm with no time allocation slots.   All deliveries require 48 hours notice, some items may be limited. If you are vulnerable and housebound Hunmanby Pantry and Green Grocers are offering help with picking up prescription with local deliveries. please ring 891300.


 Hunmabnby Green Grocers, Bridlington Street





Further Details from the Hunmanby Pantry Website  https://thehunmanbypantry.co.uk/

or Hunmanby Pantry Facebook   this has a full product guide listed




 updated Monday 22nd November 2021









  Ellisons, Hunmanby well stocked hardware store


Ellisons shop brightens up the village shopping street, note the retro Every Ready Batteries sign for cycle lights in the top of the left hand window. Ellison's also sells postcards and cycle accessories.

Trading for 70 years, a family run business
Open 8.30 to 5pm Monday to Saturday
10am to 4pm Sunday
36 Bridlington St

01723 890402

Ellisons offer as well an on line facilities via the website below. This ranges from most items from paint to CD's often post free.

In addition there is also Ellison's Club, any item kept and stored all year round with a small deposit paid weekly or full amount on collection

updated Sunday 1st October 2023

Further details from the Ellisons Website

Or Ellisons Facebook page

or on ebay at ellisons cds


Wells Traditional Butchers in Hunmanby on Bridlington Street

Wells Butchers and Farm Foods Tel 01723 890233

Traditional Family Butcher

Bridlington St



8am to 4pm Monday

8am to 5pm Tuesday

8am to 1pm Wednesday

8am to 5pm Thursday

8am to 5pm Friday

8am to 1pm Saturday

Wells Butchers and Farm Foods have operated reduced opening times throughout the pandemic so they can offer a delivery service to self isolating residents in Hunmanby and surrounding villages. 

updated Sunday 3rd October 2021

Further details from Well Butchers Face Book Page




   Hunmanby Opticians, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby


Hunmanby Opticians 01723 890011

24 Bridlington Street

Open 9.30am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday

Saturday 9.30am to 12.30

The current situation:

Hunmanby Opticians are open for business. All customers can be accommodated but purely by appointment still. Hunmanby Opticians please urge customers to call and where necessary leave a message. Eye examinations, including routine and essential can be conducted and all their optometrists are in attendance on a rota basis. 

Hunmanby Opticians welcome all enquiries on 01723 890011

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

further details from: Hunmanby Opticians Facebook Page

or from: Hunmanby Opticians Website



Trans Tools Hunmanby Industrial Estate  


Trans Tools 2 Hunmanby Industrial Estate

Transtools 01723 892122

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

Off Bridlington Road


Opening Times

8am to 5pm Monday to Friday

8am to 12 noon Saturday

A wide range of products. Their staff are friendly, suppling to the trade and also friendly, helpful service for those requiring items for smaller do-it-yourself projects in these difficult times. Further Information from Trans Tools Facebook Page

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



Photograph: Staff from St Catherine's Hospice Shop , summer of 2020 St Catherine's Hospice Staff at Bridlington Street, Hunmanby










St Catherine's Hospice Shop Outside of St. Catherine's Hospice Shop, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby

St Catherine's Hospice Shop would welcome new volunteers, who may like to help in the shop.

St Catherine's Hospice Shop

Bridlington Street


01723 890698

Current opening hours are:

Wednesday to Saturday, 10.30am to 3.30pm.

The shop will close each day for lunch and cleaning from 12.30pm to 1.15pm.

For more details and updates about Saint Catherine’s please visit the website how you can help us shops 

Link to St Catherine's Hospice Website

or the St Catherine's Facebook Page

Updated Thursday 15th April 2021



A good range of beers, and home cooked food in the local Public Houses....plus possibly the largest collection of English Whisky in the world!


Around half a million people work in the pub and bar trade in the UK. Times have been challenging for a number of years. The BBC produced a series of 4 programmes with Tom Kerridge. It was filmed before and during the pandemic and gives a factual and moving insight into how hard the countries Landlords, Landladies work to keep open that British Institution the local public house and the help it gives keeping communities alive.

Link to BBC Website Tom Kerridge Saving Britain's Pubs



The Horseshoe 



 89 Stonegate Tel  890077  Landlord Steve outside the Horseshoe Public House, Summer 2020

Photographs Taken Mid Summer 2020. They show the efforts the Horseshoe staff and their families put in brightening up Stonegate during the Coronavirus Lockdown.  Like all 4 village public houses they have made the most of the outdoor space that is available  


Landlord Steve, Summer of 2020, Horseshoe Public House, Hunmanby 

 The Garden of the Horseshoe Public House, Summer 2020




The Horseshoe, Stonegate, ready for re-opening Summer 2020 


Dave has been a Landlord in Hunmanby for many years.  While at the Horseshoe over the last 2 years the 'Horseshoe Hoedown' has raised £4,000 for Hunmanby School. Dave has also served as Landlord at former Public House 'The Buck' and while at The Cottage the Annual 'Cottage Aid' raised over £35,000 for various charities.

Landlord Dave, Horseshoe Public House, Hunmanby, with the new outdoor seating area, shelter and brollies for April 2021


Photo above: Landlord Dave, April 2021, pointing up to the new fairy lights in the canopy of the new covered seating area, plenty of out door space and brollies


Landlord Dave, at the Horseshoe, Hunmanby new covered 'smokers corner' April 2021


Photo above, Landlord Dave, April 2021 in the new covered 'smokers corner' 


Bridlington Street, Horseshoe, New Sports Bar 1


 Photo above, Landlord Dave with the new Sports Bar, it opened in April 2022


Bridlington Street, Horseshoe, New Sports Bar 2



Photo above: The adjacent building had been unused for several years, now it has been transformed into the 'Only Shoes & Horses' Sports Bar


Bridlington Street, Horseshoe, Only Shoes & Horses


Opening from 12 noon daily,

Meals are served

Wednesday to Saturday 4pm to 7.30pm

Sunday 12noon to 4pm


Further details from  The Horseshoe facebook page

David and the Horseshoe Team are very grateful for the award below, received from Trip Advisor in 2021


 Horseshoe Trip Advisor Award

Updated Monday 19th December 2022



 The Cottage Public House


 The Cottage Public House, Jon taking a break from repainting Spring 2020    Left: Jon takes a break from redecorating, Spring 2020


To the right Jon with his bright flower display
that has helped lift people spirits in the village. The Cottage Public House, Jon with an imprssive flower display, ready to re-open in the Summer of 2020

Jon also helps to water the Market Cross and War Memorial Flower Barrels, in the village centre helping make the centre of
the village attractive to both visitors and local residents.


The Cottage Inn  01723 892475

25 Cross Hill

To help keep up to date please keep up to date at: The Cottage Inn Facebook

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



The White Swan Public House

Hunmanby White Swans, Cross Hill          


The White Swan Hunmanby flower display for Summer 2020

Above: Photographs of the White Swan, an Old Coaching Inn, Right hand photograph, Andy & Jamie who have been making and delivering home made food throughout the current situation.

The White Swan 01723 890232
1 Church Hill
Traditional Public House, former Coaching Inn,

real fire

Opening Times

12 noon to 11.30pm daily


Meals served  Monday to Saturday 12noon to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm and Sunday 12noon to 8pm

Please ring 01723 890232 if you would like to have a table reserved.

White Swan, Hunmanby, entrance to the outdoor seating area

Photo above: Entrance to the new outside seating area at the White Swan, April 2021. Plenty of brollies and additional tables have been provided.

The White Swan, view of the new outdoor seating area


Photo above: View of the new outdoor seating area at the White Swan, April 2021

The White Swan has provided a free home delivery meal service to local housebound residents at the normal meal times throughout the Pandemic.

For the menu and prices please see the link below to the White Swan Facebook Page

The Friends of the White Swan have raised so far between 2016-2021 over £7,800 for local organisations and charities.

Bridlington Street, Friends of the White Swan, Fundraising

If you know of other local organisations or charities that might like to benefit, please leave details with the White Swan. 

Andy and his family have installed an RSPCA clothing and shoe bank on the Car Park at the rear of the White Swan to help our fury animal friends and recycle unwanted textiles. The only request is please don't leave other items by the Textile Bank. 

Further details from: The White Swan Facebook

updated Sunday 27th February 2022


The Piebald Public House 'The Pie Pub'


The Piebald in Sands Lane, Hunmanby great gardens  Great landscaped gardens

rear view showing fruit trees     View of the Piebald in Sands Lane from outside


The Piebald Sands Lane, Jon final days before the re-opening in Summer 2020   Jon outside the Piebald Inn

The Piebald Public House created a great open space for locals and visitors to enjoy especially during the summer months


The huge garden at the Piebald in Sands Lane, HunmanbyThe Piebald ‘The Pie Pub’ 01723 447577


65 Sands Lane




further details from the website: http://thepiebaldinn.co.uk

or further details on the Piebald Facebook Page

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022


Hunmanby Playing Fields Association Club House, Sands Lane, Hunmanby 


Shelter on Hunmanby Playing Fields

The photograph shows the Hunmanby Playing Fields Asociation Club House run by the community. The shelters at  on the playing fields have been kindly sponsored by local traders for spectators watching local matches.

Hunmanby Playing Field Association

Sands Lane

(Opposite the Piebald Public House)

Open Monday 7pm to 11pm (Pool Night)

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 7pm to 11pm (Bingo Night)

Thursday 7pm to 11pm (Quiz Night)

Friday 7pm to 11pm (Karaoke Night)

Saturday open for special events only see What's on in Hunmanby Page

Sunday Closed


No Meals Served

Updated Sunday 3rd April 2022

A community venue, sports field and club house. For more information about the history of the Hunmanby Playing Fields Association please check this link to the hunmanby.com website 


 accommodation, Whiskyside at Orchard Farm Holiday Village

Whiskyside (possibly the largest collection of English Whisky in the world.)

 accommodation, Whiskyside Logo, Orchard Farm Holiday Village


Orchard Farm Holiday Village


(143) Stonegate


YO14 0PU


Tel 01723 891582

Open Friday and Saturday from 7pm


Please see the What's On in Hunmanby Page for special events at Whiskyside




In addition to serving whisky from England and Ireland, Scotland and around the world including Japan, Australia and America. Whiskyside probably has the largest collection and display of English Whisky in the world.


Whiskyside opened in the Summer of 2021. This spacious relaxing social space with a 3/4 size snooker table, was formerly the indoor heated swimming pool at Orchard Farm Holiday Village. Matthew is passionate about Whisky, but also has a great selection of bottle local beers and craft ales. Whiskyside is open Friday and Saturday evening from 7pm. Matthew is also keen to cater for small private sessions booked in advance, an ideal venue for whisky aficionados after a Tour of the Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery in Hunmanby.

Accommodation, Whiskyside, Snooker Table, Orchard Farm Holiday Village

Further details from the Whiskyside Facebook Page



Updated Tuesday 22nd March 2022



A choice of Takeaways.....
  Spinners in Bridlington Street, Hunmanby


Spinners Takeaway
Fast Food, Pizza
4a Bridlington Street

Tel: 01723 891538

Open Tuesday to Sunday 4.30pm to 11.30pm (Closed on Mondays)

Link to Spinners Facebook Page

UPDATED Monday 10th October 2022


 China China, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby

China China

Chinese Fast Food
01723 891888

Open 6 days a week (Winter Opening Times 2021/22 Closed on Tuesdays)

4.30pm until 10pm (Deliveries only available until 11pm)


updated on Sunday 27th February 2022





  Dreams Hair Salon, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby


Dreams Hair & Beauty Salon 

35 Bridlington Street

01723 891863


9am to 5pm Tuesday and Wednesday

9am to 6pm Thursday and Friday

9am to 4pm Saturday

Please keep in touch via Dreams Facebook Page

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022


    Warren James Barbers Shop 1, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby  

Warren James Barbers Shop 2, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby


Warren James Barbers Shop  Tel 07488 583911

4b Bridlington Street

plus beards, shaves and shoe shine

Open 9am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



.Warren James Barbers Shop 3, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby


Further details Warren James Barber Shop Facebook


Blush Nails & Beauty 07469 230498

Bridlington Street, Blush Nails & Beauty

Hungate Lane

Appointment only,  open Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm (Thursday until 8pm) 

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022




Hunmanby Denists, Bridlington Street

Hunmanby Dental 01723 890719

Telford House

Bridlington Street

Opening times 

8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

for further information link to Hunmanby Dental facebook

and Hunmanby Dental Website


JuiceEBitz (Audio Visual) Tel 0844 6821800

Unit 6a

Hunmanby Industrial Estate

off Bridlington Road


Normal Opening Times

9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday only

Further details about the company at JuiceEBitz facebook page

updated Sunday 27th February 2022



Pinkney Grunwell's Lawyers, Bridlington Street, Hunmanby

Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers Tel 01723 890634

25, Bridlington Street Open 9am, to 5pm Monday to Friday 

During the current situation Pinkney Grunwells are still operatingbut are asking all clients to please email or ring, rather than calling at the Bridlington Street Office.

Statement from Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers

'Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers would like to thank all our clients for their patience and understanding throughout these difficult times.'

for further information  Pinkney Grunwells Lawyers website

Updated Friday 27th November 2020


 Fitbox Personal Training Studio, Hungate Lane, Hunmanby

Fitbox Personal Training Studio

Hungate Lane

The studio is now fully operational. It’s a personal training studio rather than an open gym,  with a team of male and female instructors offering affordable one-to-one and small group sessions. Fitbox deliver sessions in the studio (over two floors, soon to be three), outdoors Fitbox have access to a bespoke outdoor gym, (but also travel to other outdoor spaces.) Fitbox also offer online (via FaceTime or Zoom) or in people’s homes if appropriate. The studio offers personal training from 6am right through till 10pm, Monday to Friday and 6am to 3pm on Saturdays.  £10 per session. 

Please also see the What on in Hunmanby events page for details of all the classes in Hunmanby and local villages. 

Updated Saturday 17th December 2022



Peter Milnes Garage, Bridlington Street, Hunmanhby


Peter Milnes Motors Garage Tel: 01723 891485

120-122 Bridlington Street

Opening times
8am to 4pm Monday to Friday

Updated  Sunday 27th February 2022

for further information Peter Milnes Garage website

or Peter Milnes Motors Facebook



Andy at Stonegate Garage, Hungate Lane, Hunmanby


Stonegate Garage Tel: 01723 891886

Hungate Lane

Opening times

8am to 5pm Monday to Friday

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022

for further information Stonegate Garage website



Rosedale Fishing Lake and Stuart's Tackle Shop Tel 07957 145711



Rosedale Fishing Lake, Hunmanby


 Photo above: Tranquil fishing available just 5 minutes walk from Hunmanby Station.


Located in what was the old clay pit and only a 5 minute walk from Hunmanby Railway Station. Rosedale Fishing a mature lake set in idyllic surroundings the boundary of the site being 5 acres. If it is one or two days or even a full week of fishing you need, Rosedale Fisheries also offer the ability for you can rent one of their fully furnished caravans.

Depths vary from 3 foot  to 20 foot with many features such as 3 islands and mature overhanging trees to all sides providing shade and cover for the fish, lilly beds, reeds and bulrushes can also be found in the margins. This makes Rosedale Lake one of, if not the premier fresh water fishing venue on the Yorkshire Coast. The lake is generously stocked with carp, including mirrors, common and ghosties, which average around 10lb but run up to the early 20s providing excellent sport. Additionally large numbers of bream, roach and perch can be caught everywhere on the lake plus a good head of barbel, chub, tench, rudd and ide.

There are some elusive eels which run over 9lb and a few large catfish which were introduced in the mid 80s which now weigh in excess of 50lb. Pleasure catches of 100lb are common in the summer!

For the angler, where else in the country could you get off a train at a rural village station and walk to such a tranquil fishing lake, supported by a Stuart's Tackle Shop on site?

Rosedale Fishing Lake has furnished caravans from an overnight stay to perhaps a week.




Stuart's Tackle Shop, Rosedale Fishing Lake, Hunmanby


Photo above:  Stuart outside the Tackle Shop Spring 2021

Further details from Rosedale Fishing Lake website

and  Rosedale fishing Lake facebook page

Updated Sunday 27th February 2022



S. Wilcock, Hunmanby Coal Yard, Sands Lane Hunmanby


Photo above: The old coal yard, showing brick arches 


Steve working in the Tradional Coal Yard, Sands Lane, Hunmanby


Photo above: Steve loading coal by hand during the COVID-19 pandemic Summer 2020 

Steve Wilcock Coal Merchant Tel: 01723 891667

The coal yard closed in April 2021, the end of an era, as there has been a coal yard at Hunmanby since the railway first arrived. Steve and his staff were the last tenants of the yard. The coal yard was built by the North Eastern Railway, which became The London North Eastern Railway, then British Railways, then Railtrack and finally, Network Rail.

Bagging and moving coal is hard work, thanks Steve, enjoy your retirement. This section is left to remember how generations of tenants and those who have worked at the coal yard serving the village community. 

Network Rail plan to retain the arches built for holding the coal. Until the 1960's this arrived by train, the coal waggons were shunted over the arches and the coal discharged.

The land will help to create more jobs in the village giving room for Deep Sea Electronics to expand.

Updated Monday 3rd May 2021

A bit of nostalgia this link to the Yorkshire Film archives is a link to a film of the last days of the East Riding Station of Market Weighton with a lengthy section of film showing the pick up goods train shunting waggon over the coal drops, similar to those at Hunmanby in 1965 in the days of steam Link to Yorkshire Film Archive


Instant flower display thanks to Reighton Nursery in the new long border


Enjoying your Garden

Reighton Nursery 

Reighton Nursery is a well regarded Family Owned local Nursery. The photograph above shows some of the 1,000 primulas donated to the Friends of Hunmanby Railway Station in the poor Spring of 2018. Below another big donation in February 2022, to help brighten up platform 2.


Scarborough platform, primula donation from Reighton Nursery

Two examples of the support Reighton Nursery has given just to Hunmanby station. 

Winter Opening hours 9am-4:30pm. (Summer 9am -5.30pm)

Reighton Nursery tends to be busy when the sun shines, quieter in poor weather!

Reighton Nursery are pleased to announce a venture with Richardson Old Town Bakery from Bridlington. Their Trailer Shop will be in Reighton Nursery Car Park, Tuesday Wednesday & Friday 9am to 3pm. plus Saturdays from 19th March 2022. Providing a range of fresh bread, bread cakes, cakes and savouries including meat pies sausage rolls etc. There will also be a selection of fruit pies, Yorkshire curds, tarts and fruit scones. Further details from Richardson Old Town Bakery Facebook Page


Reighton Nursery, Richardson's Bakery Stall

Updated Thursday 10th March 2022

Further details from Reighton Nursery Facebook


Eighton Nursery Delivery to Hunmanby Allotmengts during COVID-19 lockdown 2020

Grow your own:

Getting out in your garden or allotment is a good way to switch off from the current situation.

Reighton Nursery, in April 2020 during the pandemic, donated bedding plants to Scarborough Hospital Staff and Filey Lions. 

In summer 2020, during the pandemic, in Hunmanby, Reighton Nursery gave a big box of seeds and summer bedding plants to distribute to families both for local people would fancied taking up gardening. As well as households feeling isolated at home and offering a chance to brighten up their outdoor space.


Local traders 

Electrician:  Paul Fisher based in Sheepdyke Lane, Hunmanby  runs P J F Electical.  See also the section of the section on Christmas Lights at Hunmanby Railway Station in Winter Paul's phone number is 07707 674763


Keeping you informed and helpful ideas,


Your local Weekly: Scarborough News (every Thursday)

To help keep you informed the Scarborough News is your local newspaper.


Your local Monthly Community Magazine: Filey Bay Today

This family concern produce a great local magazine, price, just £1, available in Wells Butchers, Bridlington Street, and Hunmanby Post Office. It is an uplifting read.

Filey Bay Today following the popularity of the on-line edition during the Coronavirus Situation are now selling plans so that people can continue to read the magazine online permanently. This ideal for those keeping safe, or who live away and would like to be kept informed about the local Filey and surrounding villages scene. Rates are £1 - 1 month, £5 - 6months, £10 -12 months

Filey Bay Today has raised from the sale of the magazine £20,000 for local groups in the district.

In the village,  Hunmanby in Bloom, Gods Acre, Parent & Tots, Spring Café and the Youth Club have all benefitted from the Filey Bay Today's generosity. 

Further Details at the Filey Bay Today Website

or Filey Bay Today Facebook


The Yorkshire Film Archive:

The Yorkshire and the North East Film archive has a wide variety of films, available to view for free over the internet. You can search by topic, like railways or farming, and or by area like Filey, Scarborough or Bradford. The films date from the 1930's to the last decade. Many have amateur films recording local events. There many hundred to choose from. A great way to switch of from the current situation and go back in time....



The National Film Archive:

A very wide selection of around 1,000 films from around the country available to view for free



Local walks around the village:

Hunmanby village is friendly, a short walk every day, lifts your spirits. This link gives some ideas.

nice walks around the village



 Hunmany Village Caretakers look after the village
The Parish Council caretakers look after public spaces and help to keep the village a pleasant place to walk around.
This is the link to the Hunmanby Parish Council website 


Updated 10.3.2022